Articles tagged with Nature
How Cuba's isolation has made it into a natural paradise
National Geographic has published an article describing how Cuba's political and geographical isolation of the last five decades have had a remarkable but unintentional benefit on the island's flora and fauna. Read on and find out how this Caribbean island's unique environment means it is home to over 3,000 endemic plant species, and how 80% of the animals are just not found elsewhere on the planet.
Havana is getting a new zip-line experience!
A brand new canopy zip-line experience is scheduled to open to visitors in March 2020 at the National Botanical Garden ("Jardín Botánico Nacional"), located in the suburbs of Havana. There will be nearly 1,500 metres of lines, allowing visitors to zip across the botanical garden whilst enjoying stunning views of the diverse range of plant species.
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